Antiques Anonymous pitches its stalls for the second annual flea market on Sunday 24 June. A collaboration between the 80 antiques and art dealers in Marylebone’s unique Church Street, Antiques Anonymous highlights the central London location’s reputation as a destination for high-quality decorative objects, both antique and contemporary.
The Antiques Anonymous Flea has been part funded by Westminster City Council, as part of the Church Street regeneration programme, to support and strengthen the local business community.
Rag and Bone Bristol's stand at Antiques Anonymous 2017
The one-day event will also host over 70 professional antique, vintage and art dealers from across London and the UK, as well as offer food and entertainment in the form of pop-up shops, live music and exhibitions, all of which will come together to produce an exciting extravaganza of vintage, design and community spirit.
Nestled between Edgware Road and Lisson Grove, Church Street is a magical mix of a bustling London street with a local market and the home to some of the largest collections of high-end antiques and one-of-a-kind art and designs in Europe – all of which will be on display to the public on 24 June.
Alfies (formerly Jordan's department store) has a strikingly executed Egyptian-style art deco façade, a rooftop café and around 70 antique dealers trading there. Find a huge range of antique and vintage goods including vintage fashion and accessories, modernist furniture, costume jewellery and 20th century decorative arts.